Japanese Pair Murder Taxi Driver in Bungled Robbery

Siem Reap: Two Japanese man stabbed a taxi driver in an attempt to steal his car. The incident occurred around 5 pm on the evening of March 17, 2019 in Siem Reap province.

Hout Sothy, deputy police chief of Siem Reap province, said that after the two men had tried to kill the victim, father of 4 Him Chand, 40, the owner tried to escape, but was left on the road where he died.

The two Japanese men managed to get around 300 metres, before the car crashed and they fled the scene.

The suspects, named as ISHIDA REIMON, a 24-year-old male and NAKA KUKI RYUJI, also 24, were quickly caught and taken to the Siem Reap police station.

Updates to follow.https://cne.wtf/2019/03/18/japanese-taxi-murder-update/

Update 19/3: https://cne.wtf/2019/03/19/japanese-men-charged-with-murder/

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